Seville’S Taurine Season Could Be Delayed By Two Weeks Until April 18

2021-01-27   |   by CusiGO

Ram ó n Valencia, a businessman at the estanza square in Seville, is considering postponing the season’s opening ceremony to Sunday, April 18, which would mean a delay of two weeks compared with the resurrection day on April 4, the traditional start date for celebrations in the Spanish capital Taurus.

At a meeting in the city hall yesterday, mayor Juan Espadas and representatives of departments affected by the kvid-19 epidemic seemed to have decided that, In order to plan alternatives to revitalize the urban economy.

PAG é s, which runs Maestranza, intends to continue the season over the weekends of April 22-25 and April 29-may 2.

It seems that, without final confirmation, the opening ceremony poster will remain the original configuration: Victoria River bulls, Morant delapuebla, Rocca Rey and Paul Aguado.

According to ABC daily in Seville, the matador leader of the poster recently reported that he intends to deal with the bullfight in Sanpu. So Morant plans to celebrate 25 years of his alternative and pay homage to right-handed Joselito El Gallo.

The rest of Sevilla’s season will include some games in May and June, as well as the San Miguel exposition at the end of September.

Logically, if sanitation permits, these predictions can be achieved, with at least 50% of the Maestranza area for celebrations and just over 10000 locations in the region.